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In this NHibernate workshop, we will cover the first nhibernate application, basic mapping, using Fluent NHibernate and how to properly use NHibernate within your application.
What would you say if I told you that you can stop writing data access code in .Net? Aren't you tired of writing the same thing over and over again, opening connection, querying the database, figuring out what to return, getting back untype data that you need to start putting on the form? Do you really see some value in writing yet another UPDATE statement? Data access concerns can consume 75%(!) of the code base
NHibernate is one of the most popular persistence frameworks in the .Net space. It dramatically reduce the time and effort you would put into dealing with the database.
In this NHibernate workshop, we cover the first nhibernate application, basic mapping, using Fluent NHibernate and how to properly use NHibernate within your application.
Ayende introduces his audience to NHibernate and explains why he can’t stop using NHibernate by demonstrating to them using code snippets. In this video oren showed some code regarding basic mapping and other best practices of the NHibernate persistence framework.
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Intro to NHibernate Workshop
Oren Eini is the author of Rhino Mocks, one of the most popular mocking frameworks on the .NET platform, and is also a leading figure in other well known open source projects including NHibernate, RavenDB, the Rhino Tools Suite and the Castle project.